That's not really inconsequential. Also pretty damn depressingOverwatch:
Genji did not become a cyborg because of his brother, but because of Blackwatch.
I mean: Dr. Ziegler just happend to make a housecall in Hanamura carrying all the medical equipment presumably required to save somebody injured so severely that they needed to be cyborgified? And then stumbled across Genji while he lay dying from his wounds in the private temple of the Shimadas? Really?
Either Blackwatch knew, what was going on and chose not to interfer into the fight with the brothers or they found an injured but salvagable Genji and decided "what the heck, turn him into a cyborg and brainwash him into believing, that was neccesary to save him." And then encouraged his rage: "Look, what your brother did to you.". Let's hope, Dr. Ziegler was blackmailed into going along with this...
I like. I imagine that Eliot might have some issues with this, though, at least at first.Headcanon:
Sterling ends up actually working with Parker more often than he ever did with Nate, because Parker realises that a high-ranking law-enforcement official who knows that they're secretly criminals but also secretly doing the kind of good deeds that he can't would be very, very good for the team. Sterling gradually comes to see them as his colleagues on the other side, taking more risks for less recognition but with fewer limitations.
Hmm... Not a character I'm very familiar with, but looking it up, it seems her name is rendered in Japanese as "Earisu"... Though Eliza Doolittle's name is rendered "Iraiza", so maybe not as close as it looks...[Final Fantasy 7]
So I was discussing Shaw's "Pygmalion" with a friend who'd never seen it. I brought up a passage from Eliza, the flower girl heroine.
The long and short of it is now I'm of the opinion Aerith, our Pure (but not really, not at all; Aerith is a mischievous and mildly lecherous type whose "flower girl" trade may be a euphemism) heroine, may have a Cockney accent.
That's in your brain now.